E-mobility shows and virtual reality adventure zones will become attractions at the Bottrop Hansa Centre. The operator plans it.
The new owner of the Hansa Center downtown has presented other plans that will give the center unique selling points and attractions in the area after its revitalization. In addition to the well-known main tenants (hotel, cinema, “cult” fashion label, gastronomy), Fakt AG wants to assemble offers and services for electronic mobility in the Hansa Center. In addition, new digital entertainment offerings will be created, keyword: virtual reality (VR).
In a panel discussion at the second open day at Berliner Platz, Marcus Masuth, Project Director and Fakt Immobilien Board Member, kept a low profile when it came to the opening date, but took on the announcement of CEO Hubert Schulte-Kemper from the previous evening: Let’s go! Fact has reviewed the plans again and will quickly submit the revised build order. It must be processed just as quickly, as Lord Bernd Tishler, the mayor, promised: “I will make sure you are on top of the heap.” The approval will be “within weeks”.
The hotel and cinema are scheduled to open in fall 2022
The 108-room Hilton family hotel will open its doors in the fall of 2022. Then cinema operator Andreas Hermann wants to start with its eight cinemas: “We are planning a modern version of cinemas from the 1920s.” He also wants to use the Hansa Center with cultural events. Operator Fakt is also planning concerts, shows and exhibitions, also explicitly for Berliner Platz, which Fakt also wants to bring to life by offering outdoor dining.
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With two unique selling points, the operator wants to develop the ideas of “Innovation City” and “Fun City”. On the other hand, Fakt wants to put together offers for electric mobility at the Hansa Center. E-bikes, cargo bikes and e-cars can not only be bought there, but also maintained. And charging: Up to 50 charging points for electric cars will be established in an underground car park with a capacity of 280 places.
In addition, there will be new forms of entertainment with elements of virtual reality (VR) at the Hansa Center, such as adventure areas for virtual reality games, 3D racing simulators and escape rooms, Masoth announced: “So far, something like this is only available In Fürth Nationwide.” A massive 3D arcade game with nine escape rooms and adventure zones for multiplayer and simulators has begun. A cool side effect for all visitors: At the Hansa Center there will of course be a very fast 5G cellular network, says Masoth: “We need that for virtual reality.”
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